Bmeandering

Bmeandering

Monday, December 12, 2011

Update on thin ice

Am doing better.

Thank you for
your concern,
your encouraging and uplifting words,
and
your prayers---
for the bridge you provided me.

On Friday, the bear's paws were  healed.
Please pray that they do not become injured and sore again.
(Especially since he will be evaluating me, among others.)

Some respite from severe pain.
Also experienced healing memories this past weekend.

Am off to begin another school week,
but I wanted to leave a quick post
to update and express gratitude.

Blessings to you all.

12 comments:

  1. I'm so glad things are going better!

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  2. Thanks for updating! Glad you're feeling better.

    Nicki

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  3. so glad. (GREAT photo of the thin ice)

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  4. Kind of you to update,

    and i really enjoy this photo.


    Casey has a boy friend in silver school now. I am wondering if it will make a difference about her wanting to change from silver to green school.
    They went walking downtown newberg yesterday afternoon.

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  5. Thin ice can be so treacherous. Hope your health soon resolves as well as your work environment.

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  6. Glad and thankful that things are beginning to get a bit better.
    Praying for healing of heart and body and for a good evaluation Beth.

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  7. Glad to hear that you are doing better, Beth...

    My love and prayers are still with you... You will soon get a nice Christmas break. Thanks be to God for that.

    Hugs and Prayers,
    Betsy

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  8. So glad you're feeling better, Beth!!!

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  9. Just stopping back by to say Merry Christmas to you and yours. Hope things are going okay --and that you will get some rest during the holidays.

    Love,
    Betsy

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  10. I hope the "bear" realizes how much of a blessing you are to him and others, how wise and caring. Am glad he's doing better... blessed that you are.

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